Liability modelling speeds boosted by computer games technology


Today's insurers face many computational challenges, as products become more complex, markets more volatile and regulations more onerous. Valuing portfolios - especially of complex products such as variable annuities (VAs) - as well as measuring risks, calculating reserves and capital, and devising hedges, can stretch conventional technology. Performing these tasks intra-day, as many companies now wish to do, can prove impossible without a radical review of technology infrastructure.

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